Frequenlty Asked Questions
About Small Business Bankruptcy
Filing bankruptcy personally under Chapter 7 or 13 will not jeopardize your business. Properly filed Chapter 7 and 13 cases are always done to preserve your business — your source of income. The purpose of any bankruptcy filing is to stop collection actions, preserve assets and provide a fresh start with better future income. Business cases, however, are somewhat more complicated than strictly personal financial problems. Get the expertise your business case requires.
Sound solutions can improve business profitability while protecting you personally. Our experience in the field can help you make the right, informed decision to implement the strategy that is best for your particular situation.
Yes, a good Bankruptcy Lawyer can ensure that your small business is protected.